Ug...Chillingham definitely is a bit too comical for my tastes. For
example, when you kill a vampire, witch, or werewolf it sounds like
something out of a comidy than a horror film. "Oh, I'm melting!" Like
where have we heard that one before?

Plus to be honest the entire style of that game is a bit boring after
a while. Once you complete the game there is absolutely 0 replay
value. Q9 is a simpleside-scroller and it has 10 times the replay
value of Chillingham. I think Chillingham is at best a waiste of cash.


On 9/28/11, dark <d...@xgam.org> wrote:
> Well shades of doom would count as a litle horrible I think ;D.
> Actually it was the atmosphere in the game that convinced me audio games
> were worth playing in the first place, ---- and how about descent into
> madness?
> that being said I do know what you mean, we have no supernatural horror
> games at all, so one would deffinately be welcome.
> Oh, well I suppose chillingham, though really that games' atmosphere and
> plot are so completely comic it's difficult to take anything seriously.
> Beware the Grue!
> Dark.

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